Rethinking the “Problem” of Childlessness

Rethinking the “Problem” of Childlessness

Since the family of Christ is a spiritual entity and not a physical one, it multiplies through spiritual renewal and not physical propagation. It implies that all of us in the body can be spiritual fathers and mothers with spiritual children.

Building Unity in the Beqaa

Building Unity in the Beqaa

The Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS), MERATH, and Heart for Lebanon saw a need for capacity-building within the Evangelical community, as humanitarian needs often outstrip the training required to execute.

Out of Dry Bones He Makes an Army

Out of Dry Bones He Makes an Army

Today, even though the situation remains difficult because of the economic crisis and the different challenges Lebanon is going through, we continue to see the life changing hand of God at work in the lives of those we were able to support. We

Two years later, Lebanon struggles to recover

Two years later, Lebanon struggles to recover

In the first 10 days after the blast, we provided 7,800 hot meals that our partners delivered to families affected by the explosion. Later on, we helped our partners rehabilitate more than 140 homes. For a year and a half after the blast, we helped more than 6,000 households with food vouchers and e-cards, winter items, and hygiene kits.

You Can’t Hide the Church in Lebanon

You Can’t Hide the Church in Lebanon

The 9Marks series, translated into Arabic by DMAH, is a well-known resource that helps pastors and church members see what a biblical church looks like, and to take practical steps for becoming one.

Ordinary People, Extraordinary God

Ordinary People, Extraordinary God

Inspired by the song “O Be Careful Little Eye”, the camp’s theme Dir Belak (Be Careful) focused on helping kids understand how to both guard their senses and celebrate them as gifts from God.

Your Family, Wherever You Go

Your Family, Wherever You Go

Behind every young person who helping others, there is someone who helped them first. It could have been a mother who taught them about sacrifice, a teacher who pointed out their strengths, or a principal who gave them a chance.